IT

Some signs of economic recovery are emerging and a variety of organizations in some of the biggest U.S. cities are seeing demand for IT professionals, according to high-tech career industry watchers. Here we list cities currently in need of IT professionals; salary information for the...

Green IT has flourished in datacenters across the United States and beyond over the past couple of years, driven primarily by organizations' desire to cut costs on energy, cooling, new hardware investments, and facility expansion or construction projects. A new driver for honing datacenter efficiency...

Kerry, the global ingredients & flavours and consumer foods group, today inaugurated its new state-of-the-art Kerry Center in Beloit, Wisconsin to spearhead customer product commercialisation into the future. The new 250,0000 square foot innovation and commercial centre, completed at a cost of US$50m, was officially opened...

A felony identity-theft charge should be reinstated against a Jefferson County man accused of hacking into his boss' computer and circulating e-mails under the boss' name describing an affair he was having, the state Supreme Court ruled Tuesday. The man's boss, Mark Fisher, committed suicide the...

Videogames were once blamed for rising obesity rates but are now being championed by the medical industry and for use by government departments for their health benefits. Games like Electronic Arts' "EA Sports Active" and Nintendo's "Wii Fit" have got players of all ages moving --...

Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates issued an order yesterday establishing a command that will defend military networks against computer attacks and develop offensive cyber-weapons, but he also directed that the structure be ready to help safeguard civilian systems. In a memo to senior military leaders, Gates...

As if the recession wasn't bad enough, budget slashing and layoffs have also taken their toll on the success of IT projects, according to a report by The Standish Group. The group surveyed 400 organizations and found that IT project success rates were dropping. In...

IT insourcing, or bringing previously outsourced IT functions back in-house, is on the rise, experts say, as the global economic recession, IT outsourcing scandals and the potential cost savings of decreasing the number of outsourced contracts have caused companies to give insourcing another look. "The pros...